Back in the Sculpture Park

Seward Johnson sculpture

I have already published a few photo posts about the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, N.J., and its founder Seward Johnson. But every time I go there I see new and interesting things. Here are some photos from my most recent visit. And, oh yah, the boat shown above is a Seward Johnson sculpture not a working vessel.

Carmelita, Autin Wright
Carmelita, Autin Wright
Tower, Brower Hatcher
Tower, Brower Hatcher
Nature's Laugh, Gunnar Theel
Nature’s Laugh, Gunnar Theel
Hawthorn Tree II, Isaac Witkin
Hawthorn Tree II, Isaac Witkin
Skewered, Francisco Liero
Skewered, Francisco Liero
To Marcel Duchamp, William T. Wiley
To Marcel Duchamp, William T. Wiley
Part of Nature, Seward Johnson
Part of Nature, Seward Johnson
October Gathering, Joan Danziger
October Gathering, Joan Danziger
General Bronze, Marisol
General Bronze, Marisol
Sagg Portal, Hans van de Bovenkamp
Sagg Portal, Hans van de Bovenkamp
Schatz's Spaceship, E. Caldor Powel
Schatz’s Spaceship, E. Caldor Powel
Urchin, Howard Kalish
Urchin, Howard Kalish

Tallur L.N.

Double Check, Seward Johnson
Double Check is a 1982 Seward Johnson sculpture that was installed at Liberty Plaza Park in Lower Manhattan. During 9/11 it was covered with ash and debris. It became an informal memorial as mourners left candles and flowers. This replica is in the Grounds for Sculpture
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11 Responses to Back in the Sculpture Park

  1. I jappreciate these views of a new place. Thank You, Ken.

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  2. Donna Janked says:

    How great to have a sense of the new when revisiting a place. There are some very interesting sculptures here. I find October Gathering particularly intriguing.

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  3. GP Cox says:

    For me, it’s a toss-up between the sailboat or the October Gathering as my favorite.

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  4. M.B. Henry says:

    Wow – some fantastic sculptures there. I really like the sailboat and the 9/11 one.

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  5. Pam Lazos says:

    So are dogs allowed on these cultural sojourns, Ken? Looks like a great place to see some art and take the pooch! 😂

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  6. Nice! I have yet to visit this one

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  7. BroadBlogs says:

    Beautiful and thought-provoking.

    Like

  8. Wish I could go there… Hawthorn Tree II & October Gathering. The lady in the water is cool too:)

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